Pankaj Sabharwal stands as an embodiment of deep technological prowess and visionary leadership. With an illustrious tenure of over 11 years at IBM, Pankaj currently holds the esteemed position of Principal Solution Architect, primarily catering to the Financial and Federal sectors. His adeptness is best reflected in his monumental achievements, having modernized and migrated a staggering 200+ legacy applications to renowned cloud platforms, including AWS and IBM. His expertise is not confined to just cloud platforms; he’s also reshaped numerous legacy systems, steering them towards a modern era encapsulated by containers and microservices.

Hailing from the historic city of New Delhi, India, Pankaj’s academic pursuits led him across shores. He made his journey to the United States in 2006, where he earned his Master’s in Computer Science from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). This was a progressive leap from his robust foundation in engineering, which he acquired from the esteemed Pune University in India.

In Pankaj, one sees not just an executive architect but a luminary, who seamlessly melds his rich heritage with a forward-looking, global perspective on technology’s transformative powers.